Jewelry and Makeup Through History

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Gareth Stevens Pub., Jul 1, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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This series takes readers on a captivating journey across centuries and cultures to explore the variety of clothing, hats, jewelry, shoes, and uniforms people have worn throughout history. Colorful images and lively text reveal that clothing is both functional and decorative and describe how styles of dress have changed around the world and through time. Ideal for reports, this series is both social and cultural history, showing that fashion is connected to the lifestyles, events, and technology of each era.

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Fiona McDonald has wanted to make beautiful things for a living since she was a little girl. To further this dream, Fiona spent four years of intensive study at the Julian Ashton Art School in Sydney, Australia. From there she moved to the Blue Mountains and began making painted cloth dolls and figurative sculpture. After Fiona's son was born, she enrolled at university to study literature. Fiona had two grown up children and a granddaughter. She lives with her three dogs, cat, rabbit, and one ancient hen.

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